...well, at least everything that's required to send me a mail about the power being down is actually connected to the UPS, so there's that.
Which reminds me I still haven't created a power-down schedule for the various stuff on there, so if the battery is out, everything will just switch off mid-flight anyway.
...right, so the fan I bought has only about half the nominal airflow of the original. Details, details...
Probably still going to be better than an broken fan that certainly didn't reach its 3000 RPM design speed any time recently 🤷♂️
For all the crap in my collection, there's a notable lack of working IDE CD-ROM drives: Just now noticed that what I thought was a spare actually has SATA connectors, and the one that has a "probably broken" note is actually broken.
I do have about four SCSI CD-ROMs though; I think only two of them are old UNIX workstation - compatible (supporting 512byte sectors), and one is marked as "doesn't read CD-RWs".
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